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Old 27th October 2007, 05:49 PM   #1
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Default Hammond Mains Transformer - Center Tap Split

Hi Folks !

I googled several times and couldn't find an answer.
The Hammond Mains Transformers do all have a center tap, like "260-0-260".

Is it possible to remove the endbells and to split the two windings ?
I need two seperate Volatge sources for a circlotron.

Of course, if the connection between the two windings is inside the packing, this is not possible. but maybe the wires are connected outside the windigs. This is what I would like to know.

Maybe someone of you has some experience with that ;-)

Best regards, Simon
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